Missouri Fossils - Figure 3. Mississippian (and one Ordovician and Pennsylvanian, K and F) fossils from Missouri. - http://www.lakeneosho.org
Champsosaurus: Vertebrates> Reptiles> Other Reptiles
Dinosaurs laid BLUE eggs to camouflage clutch from predators
Experts believe that some dinosaurs laid blue eggs. They examined 66 million-year-old eggs (one example pictred) laid by oviraptor dinosaurs called Heyuannia huangi to find that they contain the same pigments as the colourful eggs produced by some modern birds
Myledaphus bipartitus: Vertebrates> Fishes> Sharks and Relatives
Squalicorax pristodontus: Vertebrates> Fishes> Sharks and Relatives
Orthoceras BW - Orthoceras - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Aurora Fossils: Aurora Fossils: hilomycterus sp. Porcupine fish. Porcupine fish (upper) mouth plate. Upper and lower mouth plates are easily distinguishable. Uppers are round, while lowers are triangular in shape. The two left most plates on the bottom row are lowers.